Monitoring your FME Cloud infrastructure with custom alerts
Ensuring your infrastructure is running as expected at all times is not trivial, but it is extremely important. Infrastructure monitoring is at the heart of any stable and functional service, and that is why we have prioritized adding it to FME Cloud. FME Cloud is the hosted version of FME Server and one of its […]
Results are in: Here’s What Award-winning Drone Technology Looks Like
Congratulations to SFU’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Team, who achieved second place at the Unmanned Systems Canada 2016 Competition. Here’s the technology behind their award-winning system and how FME helped in building flight plans and identifying locations. Facing thirteen other teams, a massive space to analyze, and high winds up to 25 knots, Team Guardian […]
FME Golf Challenge Part 2: Your Solutions and a New Challenge
Here’s the second part of my FME Golf follow up, where I showcase all of the entries from our users. I’ll also be revealing a new FME challenge to try, and giving out reputation rewards, so don’t miss out!
FME Golf Challenge Part 1: My Solution
You might remember a blog article entitled “Code Smells and FME Golf”. The FME golf part was a challenge that users submitted a series of entries to.
A train journey from Vancouver to Winnipeg is an excellent time to do some FME golfing so, while watching the scenery pass by, I finally worked on the problem myself and reviewed what you had all done. This post is the first of two – in this post I’ll talk about the concept and what I did to achieve the goal, in the second post I’ll list all of the strategies users came up with and who had the best result!
Make it Spatial: Enhancing Your Tableau Viz with Location
New support for Tableau was just recently added in FME 2016.1. Find out how organizations are using FME with Tableau’s amazing BI platform to blend together spatial and business data, enrich their datasets, and automate workflows for even more sophisticated data visualizations and analysis.
Think like a point cloud: Tips for effective data processing
About six years ago, we added point clouds as a new member of the FME geometry family. Since that time, many of our customers have used FME point cloud tools for all kinds of operations on data consisting mostly of LiDAR scans. From the most popular scenario of surface generation, to urban scene visualization, vegetation […]
Celebrating Women in IT: A Chat with Safe’s Devs
A discussion of careers in the tech industry, the appeal of programming, and what it’s like being a female software engineer. Settling in my office, steaming hazelnut latte in hand and a map of Westeros staring down at me, I draft an email to the female developers of Safe Software. May 16-20 is Women in IT […]
Real-Time Earthquake Reports: Powered by FME Notification Services
FME Cloud’s notification services can trigger workflows to run when new data becomes available, serving up custom reports automatically by email. CEA recently used FME Cloud for this, because their entire business surrounds earthquake insurance coverage, so getting real-time earthquake data delivered to their inboxes is highly important. Stephanie Halpin in GIS at California Earthquake […]
Migrating to New Systems with APIs
In the first two posts in this series, we took a look at what APIs are and how to use them to move data in the cloud. In this third post co-authored with one of our data experts, De Wet van Niekerk, we’re going to dive into the details of migrating data via APIs through one of our […]
How to Build a Data Downloader with Leaflet and FME Cloud
Today we welcome guest blogger James Rutter to share how Surrey Heath Borough Council built a custom data downloader service. Surrey Heath already used FME Desktop for their workflows and wanted to improve their infrastructure by leveraging the cloud. This is a great example of what our users are accomplishing with FME Cloud. Plus if you’re interested […]